December is here with all of it’s holiday magic and plenty of local events to keep the family busy!
Topekans will get a chance to learn about the connections between World War I and The Lord of the Rings trilogy at a local event this weekend.
From chickens to yogurt, those attending the Mother Earth News Fair this weekend will learn about all sorts of topics related to modern homesteading, green living, and natural health. The Library has many books and DVD’s featuring these authors in our collection, so stop by and check a few out after you attend.
A new festival will delight young science and tech fans downtown this weekend. Hands on demonstrations and activities designed for children from toddler age to eighth grade will leave young attendees with a desire to learn more about science, technology, engineering, math and space. Fortunately the Library has plenty of resources to help them continue to learn and experiment at home.
Fall has arrived and with comes the Apple Festival at Old Prairie Town. The whole family will enjoy displays and demonstrations of traditional pioneer skills and crafts. For whatever catches your interest, whether it be quilting or apple fritters, the Library has books and DVD’s to help you continue celebrating at home.
Two festivals will provide Topekans with an abundance of food, music, entertainment, and other kinds of family friendly fun this weekend. Your family can experience another culture without having to travel at the India Fest, then take a short trip across town to satisfy their sweet tooth’s at the Chocolate Festival. After all of this excitement, […]
Topeka’s original Comic-Con festival TopCon returns this weekend – find out more!
The Balloons are returning! The Huff ‘n Puff Hot Air Balloon rally is this weekend. Seeing hot air balloons in person may get you and your little ones curious about these beautiful flying vessels, and the library can help!
The Shawnee County Allied Tribes Pow Wow is happening September 2-4 at Lake Shawnee. Find out more!
Need some tips on how to cycle safely? Inspired by the activities at the festival to try a new healthy activity? Stop by the library and we’ll fix you up with some books, DVD’s and even a fitness kit or two.
Harley Davidson Motorcycles will be the focus of an event supporting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka. To cap off this gathering, a stunt driver on a vintage motorcycle will jump over 15 cars in front of the Kansas Statehouse.
Put on your cowboy hats and boots and head over to the Kansas Museum of History for a fun day of celebrating all things Cowboy and Western this weekend.